Kaoh Chbar is a village in Sambour District in Kaoh Khnhaer Commune, lies on The village of Kaoh Chbar on the Mekong river, had grown to 38 households, increased to 80 households as Cambodians. The years following Cambodia's independence, village life. Villagers lacked clothing and food purchase typically food, other goods and clothing in the village, travel generally by foot in town. The early 1970s became impossible due during villagers and Operation Menu to American bombing. The village economy is driven by sales of agricultural products.
Richer families transport also sometimes resources from nearby forests as bamboo and timber, face often food shortages. Commune leaders and Village organize Koh Chbar though the village's geographic size.